U.S. District Court
Five intelligence agencies have been assigned to review all 55,000 pages of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails.
Their lawsuit claims the state's civil asset forfeiture laws allow law enforcement agencies to rake in cash by seizing and selling innocent civilians' property.
The initial cache of emails will be released Tuesday, and there should — in theory — be few significant redactions from the State Department.
In response to a FOIA lawsuit filed by VICE News, Clinton's emails will be made available to VICE News and other organizations that sued for the records before they are released to the public.